Selim Hotinli, Johns Hopkins University: New discoveries in the era of low noise high resolution cosmology experiments

  • Starts: 1:00 pm on Monday, February 13, 2023
  • Ends: 2:00 pm on Monday, February 13, 2023
Scientific programs involving joint analyses of different tracers of large-scale structure and CMB are increasingly gaining attention as they often increase the prospects to detect and characterize new signals by reducing systematics, cancelling cosmic variance and breaking degeneracies. In this talk, I will demonstrate how these programs will contribute shaping the future of cosmology and astrophysics, by providing most precise tests of fundamental physics by measuring galaxy peculiar velocities throughout cosmic time, opening new and unique windows into unexplored epochs of structure formation, making pioneering first detections of multiple new signals and reducing the confusion effects from scattering and lensing on the CMB, while not requiring new experiments other than those being built or proposed.
PRB 595
Selim Hotinli
Johns Hopkins University
Martin Schmaltz